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ST. LUKE LUTHERAN CHURCH, LCMS (129 Railroad Street) Wheaton, Kansas 66521


Telephone: 785 396-4411 or Cell: 412 334 4280
SATURDAY EVE WORSHIP SERVICE:5:30 p.m. (Communion 1st and 3rd Saturdays)

Sunday School: 8:45 a.m., Adult Bible Class: 9:00 a.m.

SUNDAY WORSHIP: 10:00 a.m. (Communion 2nd and 4th Sundays) News and Notes: vicardegiovanni@yahoo.com or idschwant@bluevalley.net

November 3 – All Saints’ Day – Blessed are the pretty? Blessed are the popular and productive? Blessed are the self-sufficient? No! Blessed rather are the poor, the meek, those who cannot feed (Matthew 5:6) or defend themselves (Matthew 5:7, 9), for they exhibit just how much God gives and does for humankind. If He calls sinners His children (1 John 3:1) and makes saints of such as us (Revelation 7:9-10), how can mere age, appearance, or inability disqualify anyone else?

LWML will meet on Wednesday, November 20, 2019, Opening Devotions Leader: Ireta Schwant Bible Study, Roll Call: Name a blessing Business, Question Box, Mite Box Collection Closing Devotions: Jan Kufahl Hostess: Ann Abitz Happy November birthday to Pastor Terry

The Lutheran Women in Action are continuing to support the Crisis Center in Manhattan.

The items needed for donation in November/December are stocking hats and gloves all sizes are needed. Please put your donation in the blue tub in the basement entryway. Every little bit helps as we support those in need.

Mark your Calendar: St. Paul’s Duluth annual Turkey Supper, at Parish Hall, serving begins at 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 17th. (Free will offering)

The Wheaton Area Senior Citizens will meet on Monday, November 18, at 6:00 p.m., at the Wheaton Center. Potluck meal. All area veterans and their spouse are invited to attend as our guests`

Family Church and Basement cleaning schedule. Clean before date listed:

Note: There are two upright vacuums in the banner room, left side of altar, for your use. The basement has a blue canister vacuum and a red Kirby vacuum located in the office room.

Website address : www.stlukewheaton.com

Organists: Chairman:

Pam Steinmeyer and Gloria Falk Elders: Bob Matzke and Lee Steinmeyer

Bruce Abitz Vice Chairman:

November 2 and 3, 2019

Darrel Stelter

Worship Attendance: Saturday, Oct. 26: 8 Sunday, Oct. 27: 47

Welcome to our visitors. We pray all will be spiritually enriched by your visit to this “House of God.” Here Christ breaks the silence that surrounds mortal man in his sin and death. Here in Christ Jesus we hear the voice of the Eternal One, and we hear the voice of the Father, and that He loves, that He forgives and that in the resurrection of Christ, He has made us His Children and has given us victory over death itself.


We continue to pray for those unable to worship with us who are residing in a care facility: Wellsprings of Westmoreland Jerry Abitz, Melvin Matzke Vintage Park, Wamego: Martha Biesenthal Eastridge, Centralia: Vera Teske, Onaga Health and Rehab: Kenny Falk, Ernest Haefner, Nila Haefner Redbud, Onaga: Ramona Tessendorf - Vera Marten - Reneta Fischer- Via Christi Village, Manhattan: Milton Henneberg

Sunday School : Our staff this year: Co Supts: Ireta Schwant and Linda Falk
Nursery and Kindergarten: Jenny Donnelly First and Second Grades: Cindy Pedersen and Tracy Meyerkorth; Third, Fourth and Fifth Grades: Dixie Revell and Joy Zabel, with Patti Kolterman, helper; Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Grades: Brenda Schlegel and Robert DeChant. Special Craft


bag the trash and take out to trash dumpster behind church. November 9 and 10: Larry, Matthew and Tim Ubel November 16 and 17: Stanley Matzke and Travis Ross November 23 and 24: Kevin Wahl family

November 3 and Dec 1: Joy Zabel and Chad Abitz

leader: Lindsey Barnes and Goliath 1 Samuel 17

Read the Bible ahead with your children: Lesson on November 3: David Lesson November 10: David and Jonathan 1 Samuel 18

December 7 and 8:

Bill Abitz and Justin Abitz
The Lutheran Hour radio schedule:

Attending FIVE Sundays as of October 6th and receiving an attendance gift
Lily Falk and Clancy Revell; as of October 13: August Falk, Emma Ross, Jaydee Abitz, Westin Donnelly; as of October 20: Ellie Starns, Elliot Barnes, Lillian Ross
Five Sundays as of October 27: Zoey Starns, Jenner Barnes, Chloe Baum

Veterans’ Soup Supper on Saturday, November 16th at Onaga Community Center, serving 4:30 p.m, to 7:30 p.m. Chili, Chicken Noodle, Sandwiches, dessert and drink (free will offering).

November 3

"Stranger Danger"

Speaker: Rev. Dr. Michael Zeigler

Genesis Series - The different ways we relate to strangers reveal the contradiction of being


(Genesis 18)

November 10

"For Such a Downer"

Speaker: Rev. Dr. Michael Zeigler

Genesis Series - The cross of Jesus is not a downer, but it is an equalizer. If you think you're up

on top and you're pushing others aside, the cross of Jesus will bring you down. And if you're down

and desperate for some company, you have a friend in the crucified Jesus.

(Genesis 21)

November 17

"The Dawn Wall"

Speaker: Rev. Dr. Michael Zeigler

Genesis Series - Sacrifice is acting on the hope of a better future by offering up something valuable in the


(Genesis 22)